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Enjoy the breath-taking view of the city atop the Petronas Twin Towers

Standing at a majestic 1,483 feet, there is no mistaking these two co-joined superstructures when visitors stream in to the city of Kuala Lumpur from land or air. Visible from up to a hundred kilometers away, these buildings of iron and steel belongs to the city-state's national oil and gas developers. It was once the tallest building in the world, and queues to go up to its skybridge still snake their way around the base of the towers so much that the authorities have had to put a limit to the number of tickets sold daily. The early bird gets the prize as doors open as early as 6:30 a.m in the morning. Enjoy the view and then head over to Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur for some r&r before exploring the rest of the city.


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Enjoy the breath-taking view of the city atop the Petronas Twin Towers

Standing at a majestic 1,483 feet, there is no mistaking these two co-joined superstructures when visitors stream in to the city of Kuala Lumpur from land or air. Visible from up to a hundred kilometers away, these buildings of iron and steel belongs to the city-state's national oil and gas developers. It was once the tallest building in the world, and queues to go up to its skybridge still snake their way around the base of the towers so much that the authorities have had to put a limit to the number of tickets sold daily. The early bird gets the prize as doors open as early as 6:30 a.m in the morning. Enjoy the view and then head over to Grand Millennium Kuala Lumpur for some r&r before exploring the rest of the city.


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